If Italian football was a Trivial Pursuit category, Paolo Poggi would feature prominently among the answers. The scorer […]
Every now and then, we are reminded of the fragility of a footballer’s career. Of how a single […]
The year is 1461 – Portuguese explorers have just sailed onto the shores of modern day Sierra Leone, […]
In a transfer window brimming with narratives, Leonardo Bonucci’s move to AC Milan is undoubtedly Serie A’s biggest […]
It was supposed to be Dundee United’s greatest night, but it turned into a nightmare and has left […]
Apart from talent, dedication and force of will, the life of every football player is defined by the […]
“Roma and Napoli had a superb campaign,” observed Juve boss Max Allegri in a press conference at the […]
The ancient city of Ostia has been the physical and geographical guardian of Rome since the Lupetta she-wolf […]
After five exciting seasons at Sassuolo, Eusebio Di Francesco is heading back to Rome to break the stranglehold of […]
Francesco Totti. No words can do justice to what that name represents to legions of Roma fans around the world. Indeed, every accolade and every honour about Totti has already been said a thousand times over, and yet that is still no way close to summing up how Roma fans like myself feel about the greatest player in Roma’s history.
Gabriel Omar Batistuta scored 200 league goals during his 13-year stint in Italy and attempting to choose his best effort is nigh-on impossible.
If you’re a fan of Italian football and, like me, spend far too much time watching online clips […]
If there was ever a transfer that kick started a mini pop culture revolution, it was Paul Gascoigne’s […]
Modern Roman culture is a potent cocktail of the contemporary and the ancient. Arguably, it is at its […]
To the majority of supporters, Italian football is known to be nothing more than a fallen giant. It […]